FISH KATSU CUTLET
Fish Katsu, also known as Fish Cutlet in English is made by using minced fish with a touch of curry and other seasonings, coated with bread crumbs and lightly fried–a unique, delicately-spicy flavor that has people coming back for more.
Fish Katsu is considered an auspicious food that welcomes prosperity.
The word “katsu” also means “to win” in Japanese.
Fish Katsu is often eaten for good luck prior to school entrance examinations, during elections, and at sporting events, to name a few of the many occasions when people desire victory.
Fish Katsu comes in different shapes and sizes to suit a range of occasions.
It can simply be eaten as is. Or there are also many ways to prepare and serve Fish Katsu.
FISH KATSUSavory, delicately-spiced flavor that has people coming back for more
MINI SQUARE KASUBite-sized and easy to eat
BALL KATSU with mayonnaise
The combination of fish cutlet and mayonnaise creates the best flavor
STICK KATSUOutstanding ease of casual eating on stick
Love KatsuWhen expressing one’s love, there is no better way than healthy alternative the candies
Recipe guide to Fish Katsu Cutlets ：English version
OSHIZUSHI with fish katsu
Colorful Fish Cutlet Stir Fry with Cashews
Premium fish cutlet with savory kiwi sauce
Recipe guide to Fish Katsu Cutlets ：中文 version
Fish Katsu is made using flavored fish paste with curry powder and other seasonings. It is coated with bread crumbs and fried in cooking oil.
Ingredients and Additives
Alaska Pollock, Starch, Salt, Sweet Wine, Pepper, Curry Powder, Fish Extract, Processed Starch, Monosodium Glutamate, Water, Water,canola oil
Use by date
360 days after production (Frozen)